Effective care is a matter of teamwork. We recognize the importance of working closely with your family physicians and specialists to craft care to fit your specific needs. Our progressive treatment strategies approach is just one example of how a Chiropractor focuses on providing efficient and effective treatment plans and outcomes for you.
A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Sean earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Zoology before attending Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas where earned an additional Bachelors of Science degree in Anatomy and his Doctorate of Chiropractic. He is currently certified by the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners and National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Sean specializes in the diagnosis and conservative treatment of the spine and related musculoskeletal conditions. His approach is comprehensive, integrating other healthcare providers in order to provide you with additional treatment options.
Ryan is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he earned a Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998, graduating with Special Distinction. He then attended Oklahoma City University where he further studied the economics of healthcare and earned a Master of Business Administration with Honors in 2000. In January of 2016, he graduated from A.T. Still University with a doctorate degree in physical therapy. Ryan is recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association as a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS), an honor earned by less than 3% of all physical therapists.
Ryan has also earned the title of Credentialed Clinical Instructor, indicating his expertise in working with studying physical therapists during their clinical internships. He is currently certified to practice physical therapy by the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and is and he enjoys active membership in both the Private Practice Section and Orthopedic Specialty Section. He is also a Certified Medical Provider for the Titleist Performance Institute.
Holly Thompson PT is a Balance and Vestibular Specialist, bringing more than 19 years of experience to treating patients with dizziness and balance disorders. She also specializes in concussion management including baseline screenings to post concussion rehabilitation. Holly holds a competency-based certification in vestibular rehabilitation.
She graduated from The University of Oklahoma in 1998 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy. Holly also spent the first 14 years of her career working in all areas of rehabilitation at St John Medical Center. She also holds a specialty certification as an NDT therapist assisting people that have had strokes in neuro-developmental techniques to regain optimal function.
Holly is also currently on the medical management team for The University of Tulsa athletes, OU Sports Medicine patients and West Side Alliance soccer club helping athletes who have suffered from a concussion. She works with physicians and coaches to assist these athletes in returning to play after they have recovered.
Movement has been a way of life for the newest member of the Tulsa Spine and Rehab team because Dustin Radloff was born into a military family. His father’s career path meant Dustin was born in Alabama, relocated to Oregon, where he found his calling for natural health, and ultimately being raised in Norman. Along the way, Dustin became involved in gymnastics, pole vaulting, martial arts, football and diving. He competed as a nationally ranked gymnast, as well as, placing second in a state diving competition in Oklahoma.
Dustin’s educational journey included stops at OCCC, UCO, and the University of Oklahoma. He graduated with a double Bachelor of Science from Parker University in Dallas where he also earned his Doctor of Chiropractic, just as Dr. Riley did years earlier
Not content to stand still, Dustin kept going to become a Cross Fit Level 1 Certified Trainer. He has also earned certification in Advanced Muscle Integration Technique, just one of 53 professionals with this level of certification in the US. Put simply, Advanced Muscle Integration enables Dustin to identify areas of instability in the body, which can, in most cases lead to injury. Through advanced techniques, he’s able to assist in correcting these instabilities which leads to improved function, reduce pain, and increased performance.
Dr. Megan Warner graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2013 with a clinical doctorate in physical therapy. She has a special interest in the area of pelvic rehabilitation, including pelvic floor dysfunction, chronic pelvic pain, low back pain, hip pathology, SI joint pain and instability, and core weakness. She is currently pursuing a Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) through the Hermann and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Megan is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is passionate about continuing to build her knowledge base.
Before joining Tulsa Spine and Rehab, Megan began her career as a pediatric physical therapist for The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital in Oklahoma City. She treated patients with significant complex neurological and orthopedic conditions, including cerebral palsy, complications of prematurity, brain injuries, and rare congenital anomalies.
Prior to her career as a physical therapist, Megan earned her bachelors degree in kinesiology from the University of Central Oklahoma. She owned and operated her own personal training business as a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer. She also coached volleyball at the grade school, middle school, high school, and club level for seven years, making appearances at the Oklahoma State High School Championships and the Junior National Championships.
In her free time, Megan enjoys running and has recently discovered a love for Crossfit. She is a classically trained pianist and is an AVID sports fan including cheering for the Sooners, the Thunder, and the Green Bay Packers!
Derek Jones is Tulsa native and a graduate of Oklahoma State University where he completed studies with honors in Political Science. He then attended and completed massage training at Massage Therapy Institute of Oklahoma in 2001 and was certified by the National Certification Board for Massage and Bodywork the same year. He is also a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
Before joining Tulsa Spine and Rehab, Derek was in private practice. Since finishing his initial massage certification he has completed extensive training in advanced massage modalities. He has worked with collegiate athletic programs such as the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Texas as well as current and former professional athletes. He specializes in orthopedic and sports massage.
Dr. Kenneth Graham is an osteopathic physician who specializes in osteopathic manipulative medicine, treating the entire spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries. He specializes in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (OCF). He continues to teach advanced OCF courses in the treatment of cranial injuries in both the US and Europe. He retired from Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences as a professor emeritus in 2010 to pursue a practice with the Veterans Administration where he works with veterans with traumatic brain injuries.
Dr. Graham has a special interest in treating concussions and post-concussion syndrome due to sports and military head injuries. Early treatment of concussions is very important in limiting the amount of possible damage to the brain. Dr. Graham has successfully treated concussion injuries for the last 25 years.
Dr. Graham treats a wide variety of cranial and musculoskeletal problems including:
- Concussions and post-concussion syndrome
- Vertigo and dizziness
- Memory difficulties
- Tension and migraine headaches
- Post fracture and surgical pain
- Chronic sinusitis
- Post herpetic neuralgia
- ADD and ADHD
- TMJ dysfunction
Ryan’s desire to become a Licensed Massage Therapist came as a result of several years spent improving his own health and lifestyle. As a competitive athlete himself, Ryan understands the need for a strong and healthy foundation. He also understands the need for recovery.
“We were given these awesome machines,” Ryan says of our bodies. “It’s supremely satisfying to help my clients maintain theirs.”
Massage is one of the best ways, he says, to recover from and prepare for intense training or competition. Whether it's an actual pre/post event sports massage or a relaxing swedish massage, the result will be reduced inflammation, increased blood flow, better range of motion and relief of sore overused muscles.
Ryan’s intent is not just to give you a massage. He wants to help you be a better athlete.
Rebecca is a certified Svaroopa Yoga teacher (C.S.Y.T), Certified Embodyment Therapist (C.E.T.), and Registered Yoga Teacher (R.Y.T) at the 500-hour level with Yoga Alliance. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (B.S.N.), and is a practicing Registered Nurse (R.N.) in the state of Oklahoma at St. John Medical Center.
She has studied with Rama Berch, founder and creator of Svaroopa Yoga, at Master Yoga Teaching Institute, La Jolla, California. Her studies include extensive training in asana (pose) with alignments and personal adjustments, anatomy and physiology, yoga philosophy, meditation, pranayama (breath) and mudras, and the sutras as they pertain to yoga therapy. After graduating from the Svaroopa Yoga Teacher Training in 2007, Rebecca continues to broaden her knowledge and experience in advanced studies of yoga and holistic healthcare working towards Certification in Medical Yoga Therapy.